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No Hijab at The Citadel

The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, has denied a prospective student’s request to wear hijab instead of the cadet uniform. The school had considered the request for nearly a month, but in the end decided that even cadets blessed with Muslim privilege  have to wear the uniform. 656 more words

The Palace of Winds – Hawa Mahal

Gossiping and laughing sitting there in the cool breeze, enjoying the view of the busy market street; the royal women of the Jaipur Palace.


Standing below the the crown of Jaipur I wondered how the royal women of the palace spent their summer wearing all those heavy ornaments and dresses. 255 more words

LGA | Unpacking *Purdha*

Purdah: A short guide to publicity during the pre-election period


In response to requests from council communications teams to produce simple guidance to communicating during the pre- election period (also known as ‘purdah’), we are publishing this short, updated guide. 1,600 more words


The EU Referendum - Four Months to Go, Five Things We Learned

The government has announced that the UK will vote on whether to leave or remain in the European Union on 23 June. Aside from that date, here are five other things we learned about the referendum within the last ten days… 2,146 more words

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The Wirralgate Files

We’ve had numerous enquiries asking us were the Wirralgate saga is up to because it’s been oh so quiet. So we’ve contacted some trusted and well placed sources to find out where things are at as clearly Wirral Council have absolutely no intention of telling us. 557 more words


Cerita nie sudah lama nak share, tapi nak menulis, aduhai, kene ada mood sebenarnya : Seronok bila dapat peluang berborak ngan sahabat yang berada di Yaman, tentang wanita MALAYSIA. 355 more words


What does 2016 hold?

So, a new year open up. But what will 2016 hold for those of us toiling away in public sector communications?

It seems likely that budget cuts will continue, leaving communications staff in a position in which they have to cope with an ever increasing workload while working with ever decreasing resources. 311 more words